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what the opposing side is really saying, i think, is chris brown what we really wanted to have and may be too late. they really still want it. they want to have -- [inaudible] that's what everybody really believed in middle eastern studies is that you're going have the model. you're going have enlightened. the author begannism that grew out of the fashionist young turk movement in the late empire. they were going establish and enlighten and create a new liberalism that eventually would democrat democratic in the middle east. and that you would take the faithful and take and more or less cast them off and replace them. and at the end of the long process muslims would be basically us. well, you know,let look at turkey. that hasn't exactly turned out so well. .. or their successors will be there. we know that's the most liberal model. in the arab world, where we hope that kemal is somewhat come out, they should dictatorship, the kings who relay command at the end of that process is still also still not even get close to that. but have been in the arab world is dictatorship produced societ
losing to the browns to baltimore, but 40 years might do it. >> with that, we now go next to -- i want to make sure we get this just right, mr. quigley who was here at the start. >> thank you, mr. chairman. those watching this know that the house has a long history of having hearings about performance enhancing drugs in sports. what struck me is it used to be that major league baseball was behind, and now it's the only major sport tested for hgh. if the mlb association and the commissioner and the teams can agree on this, it makes no sense to me that the national football league can't as well. anybody on the panel who wants to help -- the way you take hgh is in the sequence; correct? so you're on this for awhile, and then you're off this for awhile? i'd like a little nuance here what that means in terms of why one of these two tests is preferred given what you mentioned earlier about the fact that there is a gap where the tests only last for a short period of time. >> well, there's not a preference for one versus the other. they are compment ri. when we get them both validated, then w
as well. the common brown coalition again in 2006 to rekindle cross party relations. not only have mary and i made history as the first woman to serve simultaneously as chair and making them were in the standing committee for the entire congress ever, but we worked together in numerous measures assisting america's greatest job generated, our small businesses. what is possible with stability and bipartisan teamwork. senator ted kennedy and i co-authored the genetic nondiscrimination act to stop insurance companies and employees from talking coverage raised so individuals wouldn't forgo this potentially life-saving mats. traditionally they share the committee takes the lead name on legislation. ted approached me and said because of my work on the legislation has made it possible, it should be snow kennedy and not kennedy snow. from the legislative line of the united states senate. i'm proud to say that this genetic nondiscrimination act passed in 2008 and has been referred to as the first major civil rights act of the 21st century. some modern president, working together effectively in th
joined by the former government chief when the labour party was in office nick browne. the member of parliament. it's great to have you here. thank you for coming. to oppose the motion, i call from the east of england. [applause] >> thank you, mr. speaker. we are here for one reason. to make contain and empower the young people that we so proudly represent. but, -- the parliament campaign for the next year to be made public transport better, and acceptable for both. we are not giving the young people that we have -- [inaudible] the justice they deserve. [inaudible] have been the campaign for the last year. we have not achieved the goal of making transport cheaper, better, and exceptional. so this year, let's pay that is more assessable to be reached. which one question impact instead of continually -- [inaudible] our campaign year after year. we are here to make contain -- [inaudible] campaign that is not reachable. in apartmentment we are protect our youth services and civilities. we continue to see -- [inaudible] local governments and local consulates to keep these facilities. s
handsome. maybe that's not the best description. strikingly handsome with piercing brown eyes and an aqua line knows, olive skin and an irrepressible sense of confidence. .. the most significant manufacturing industry in the 20th century history. i'm semi-taking liberty douglas got things pulitzer prize. superman has this helpful history around the time adult issues. it's an iconic place for the civil rights struggle and the children's crusade in 1963. but what is he able to do in birmingham in a way that challenges what we think about this. >> he did not want to be a farmer. he did not want to be a sharecropper. this is a place that early on was that segregated. we think about her manhattan is misrepresented -- but the office, when he first appears in the census as a homeowner has white neighbors end up with that, not the time. it was a place where someone who wanted to make his mark at at the field could do that. >> so he buys property? >> he buys property. >> another property owner. >> between you and me again -- >> s.,
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